Estonia’s constitution guarantees its citizens a right to Internet access. CLICK HERE highlights the Estonians’ trust in the democratic structure of the Net that here also manifests the freedom of art. The screenshot fake, however, also shows that links can very well include duplicities.
Installed | Location | GPS: 13-05-2011 | Kumu Art Museum Tallinn, Estonia | 59.436347,24.796867
Author | Words | Curator: REMOTEWORDS | CLICK HERE | Sabine Himmelsbach
Roof Size | Font Size: 720qm | 7m x 62,5m
On Air: Google Earth 1-2013, AeroWest 7-2012
Art and Networked Culture
The exhibition gateways. Art and Networked Culture introduces a young generation of artists whose work deals with the changing conditions of a networked world – a world increasingly transmitted through media. The artistic works presented here use various means to tackle the theme of gateways that lead to realms of action and experience in our digitally interconnected culture.
The artists invited by the Goethe-Institut in cooperation with the Kumu Art Museum as part of the program for Tallinn, European Capital of Culture 2011, use electronic networks and mobile technologies to encourage active public participation and to transmit new perceptual experiences.